The only way to know what a market thinks is go to your customers, B2B, and ask for an order. If no order, then you have practical feedback upon which you can act. You spend your time and money on adjusting based on what professional buyers say, not consumer surveys.
At some point in the game you must face a customer, even if you have paid your Next Concept Test fees. There is no reason why the first thing you do cannot be face a customer. Indeed, there are easy tactics to get in front of buyers before you put a dime into your idea.
You have to turn over a lot of information before you find out what they charge for the New Hope Next Concept Test, so I have no idea. I bet is more than the $89 I charge for a seminar to find customers, that goes to customers first. And I just need an email and a billing address, email for the course, billing address to bill you after the course.
Yes, my seminar is about exporting food and beverage, either as a principal or an agent, but the tools tactics and attitudes work anywhere, anytime. Even domestically. Indeed, in one part of the seminar you will compare domestic to overseas potential. Check out assessing domestic potential based on current sales.
My seminar is online and open to anyone on planet earth, and indeed, I get people from all over. I lead the live, online seminar. Your next opportunity to attend is:
Tuesdays, 6-7pm Pacific Time, Oct 11-Nov 1, 2016.
And you can register now and I'll bill you later, after the course begins.
Get in front of customers first. Then adjust as necessary.
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